The Composition of the Bulgarian Artillery in 1885

 

 

Head of the Artillery

Cpt. Olimpiy Panov

Director of the local establishments

Cpt. Simeon Vankov

Director of the armaments

Cpt. Georgi Popov

1st artillery regiment

Cpt. Stefan Aleksandrov

 

1st battery

Cpt. Andrey Gerginov

8 75mm Krupp guns M. 1873

2nd battery

Cpt. Vladimir Ivanov Kalyandzhi

8 75mm Krupp guns M. 1873

3rd battery

Cpt. Vasil Danadzhiev

8 75mm Krupp guns M. 1873

4th battery

Cpt. Stefan Zlatarski

8 9 pdr steel guns M. 1867

5th battery

Cpt. Petar Tantilov

8 9 pdr steel guns M. 1867

6th battery

Cpt. Georgi Stoyanov

8 9 pdr steel guns M. 1867

1st mountain battery

Cpt. Georgi Silyanovski

6 3 pdr steel guns M. 1867

2nd mountain battery

Lt. Nikola Bakardzhiev

4 45mm Whitworth mountain guns

2nd artillery regiment

Maj. Petar Gruev

 

1st battery

Cpt. Panteley Tzenov

6 87mm Krupp guns M. 1873

2nd battery

Cpt. Pavel Panov

6 87mm Krupp guns M. 1873

3rd battery

Cpt. Iliya Kozarov

6 87mm Krupp guns M. 1873

4th battery

Cpt. Dimitar Boyarov

8 9 pdr bronze guns M. 1867

5th battery

Cpt. Stefan Belov

8 9 pdr bronze guns M. 1867

6th battery

Cpt. Nikola Ryaskov

8 9 pdr bronze guns M. 1867

Artillery of the Vidin fortress

Cpt. Georgi Zelenogorov

1 9 inch mortar M. 1867

2 24 pdr long guns M. 1867

2 24 pdr short guns M. 1867

13 9 cm short range guns M. 1867

10 4 pdr guns M. 1867

3 ten-barrels machine guns

2 six-barrels machine guns

1st 4 pdr field battery

Cpt. Veliko Kardzhiev

8 4 pdr guns M. 1867

2nd 4 pdr field battery

Cpt. Konstantin Vankov

8 4 pdr guns M. 1867

Mountain battery

Lt. Ivan Kozhuharov

4 60mm Broadwell mountain guns

Ruse Arsenal and Danube Flotilla

Cpt. Simeon Vankov

 

Sofia artillery depot

 

 

Eastern Rumelia half battery

Cpt. Boncho Balabanov

4 9 pdr bronze guns M. 1867

 

later rearmed with 4 pdr bronze guns M. 1867